With a serious share of 70 percent in the browser market, Google seems to want to avoid losing users to competitors. Because Google is now sending a Chrome-focused ad email to Gmail users who log in using Edge from a new computer. Google Chrome is recommended to users in this email.
In the early days of 2020, the US-based technology giant Microsoft launched the Chromium-based internet browser Edge to users. Users who complain about Google Chrome’s controversial memory usage, while switching directly to this internet browser, Microsoft also launched a solid promotional campaign for the internet browser and recommended that consumers using Microsoft services such as Windows 10 and Outlook download the Chromium-based Edge.
The first company that comes to mind when it comes to the browser is undoubtedly Google. Recent data released reveals that Google Chrome still has a serious market share of 70 percent. However, even if the new Edge doesn’t have to pass Chrome, enough users to ‘steal’ Google will be able to ‘steal’ that Google has begun to show Chrome ads to consumers using Google services just like Microsoft did.
Google doesn’t want to bring more users to Microsoft Edge
Gmail users receive an email from Google when they sign in from a new computer using Edge. This email provides a direct link to download Google Chrome, along with the alert that the account is logged in from a new computer. Moreover, there are a number of compliments to Google Chrome.
This is how Google’s advertising email looks
Get the most out of Windows 10 with the Chrome browser. Chrome; is a simple, fast and secure browser, designed for the modern web.
There is no legal barrier for Google to send such an email to users. Therefore, it is not possible to blame the company. However, advertising a browser that has been used by almost all internet users at least once via e-mail is how much it will protect the market share, it is discussed.